Clinical Assessment and Mathematical Modeling of the Accuracy of Continuous Glucose Sensors (CGS)

@article{Kovatchev2006ClinicalAA,
  title={Clinical Assessment and Mathematical Modeling of the Accuracy of Continuous Glucose Sensors (CGS)},
  author={B. P. Kovatchev and Carol King and M. Breton and Stacey M. Anderson and William L. Clarke},
  journal={2006 International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2006},
  pages={71-74}
}
In the treatment of diabetes, CGS calibration, time lag, and random errors influence the clinical glucose control decisions based on CGS output. These inaccuracies are determined by three main factors: quality of calibration, physiology, and sensor engineering. Simulated re-calibration and a diffusion model of blood-to-interstitial glucose transport allow the separation of these sources of inaccuracy. The methods are illustrated by data for 39 subjects with Type 1 diabetes collected during… CONTINUE READING

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